(PBE FBBSS ABSOOIAriOV.) Auckland, March 20. Jaggnr and Madder-, charged with false presences at the Police Court to-chy were remanded til nest Tuesday. J^gar was also charged with fW.lng 97£ capea of kerosene vanned at £68 sh, the property nf Arnold Ohenery aDd (Jo, and Thomas Perriman was chirped wi'h receiving the same, knowlce them to have been stolen. The priaonerß were remanded till Thursday Latkr. E. H. Jaggar, etoreman, and C E. Madden, aolioltir, wore arrowed last night charged with obtaining £20 on false preteao3t. Jaggsr was lately reported to have bad a fortune left htm, and hns been borrowing money on the strength of bis expeotntloDß.
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FALSE PRETENCES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 20 March 1889
FALSE PRETENCES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2093, 20 March 1889
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